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Flicka vid vagga par Mollie Faustman

Flicka vid vagga par Mollie Faustman

As night fell Ava gathered acorns by amanda blake art, via Flickr

As night fell Ava gathered acorns by amanda blake art, via Flickr

artist Lucio Fontana 1899 – 7 September 1968) was an Italian painter, sculptor and theorist of Argentine birth.[1] He was mostly known as the founder of Spatialism and his ties to Arte Povera.

artist Lucio Fontana 1899 – 7 September 1968) was an Italian painter, sculptor and theorist of Argentine birth.[1] He was mostly known as the founder of Spatialism and his ties to Arte Povera.

margaret took the darkness from the night sky and held it close to her heart - by thisisalliknow on Etsy

Margaret took the darkness from the night sky and held it close to her heart - original oil painting on wood

margaret took the darkness from the night sky and held it close to her heart - by thisisalliknow on Etsy

matisse #art #impressionism #Matisse @n17dg

matisse #art #impressionism #Matisse @n17dg

♥♥Jules Bastien-Lepage, Woodgatherer c1881.

♥♥Jules Bastien-Lepage, Woodgatherer c1881.

esther with an arm full of cherry blossoms by amanda blake art, via Flickr

esther with an arm full of cherry blossoms by amanda blake art, via Flickr

Elizabeth Shippen Green

Elizabeth Shippen Green

Richard Diebenkorn. Interesting composition for RD, with the gray block at bottom linking it to his abstractions. He rarely tries to meld the two disparate genres that he works in, and I've always wondered why. Here, it's like he's saying, "See? My abstractions and figurations are really the same spatial and thematic process!" But are they? Does it work here, or look forced? Maybe that's why he rarely did it...

Richard Diebenkorn. Interesting composition for RD, with the gray block at bottom linking it to his abstractions. He rarely tries to meld the two disparate genres that he works in, and I've always wondered why. Here, it's like he's saying, "See? My abstractions and figurations are really the same spatial and thematic process!" But are they? Does it work here, or look forced? Maybe that's why he rarely did it...

The passing train, c.1890 by Marianne Stokes (1855-1927)

The passing train, c.1890 by Marianne Stokes (1855-1927)

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